Available to all businesses, community groups, not-for-profits, and clubs.

Our volunteer mentors are experienced business people who want to give back to the region by helping business owners get back on their feet. Our partnership with CPA Australia means there are plenty of qualified accountants in the mix, as well as people from a range of professional backgrounds. The mentoring will be provided by telephone or video-conference at a time, frequency, and duration determined by the mentor and mentee.

Our mentors are backed up by the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics through our partnership with UTAS, and have agreed to maintain confidentiality and avoid any conflict of interest.

Some examples of what mentors may assist with:

  • Act as a source of information and insight
  • Being a sounding board – helping you make sense of ideas and options
  • Suggest relevant options for you to seek professional support or advice

Our focus is to ensure we can create quality relationships between mentee and mentor, to help us in the matching process mentees and mentors will need to provide some brief details. Volunteer mentors will ensure the information that could be used to identify the mentee or business is not shared and will treat all dealings with the mentee confidentially.

To get started, simply complete the form below and our staff will then match you with a mentor. This information may be shared with your mentor. Please give as much information as possible as it will assist with the matching process.

    Interested in volunteering as a mentor?

    We are seeking skilled professionals with strong business and finance skills and experience. To express your interest email: with the following form completed:

    CCA Mentoring Program Form – Mentor